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Ethnological studies among the north-west-central Queensland Aborigines / by Walter E. Roth
Bib ID 2238504
Format BookBook
Author
Roth, Walter Edmund, 1861?-1933
 
Description Brisbane, Qld. : Edmund Gregory, Government Printer, 1897 
xvi, 199 pages, [24] leaves of plates : illustrations, geneal. tables, map ; 26 cm. 
Notes

Includes index.

Some copies may or may not contain the ethno-pornographic plate.

Bibliography: p. [vii]-x.

Cited In

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 15115

Subjects Aboriginal Australians -- Queensland -- Social life and customs.  |  Ethnology -- Queensland.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Languages.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Rites and ceremonies.

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